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RE: Well, today... now lady slipper


Congrats on the lady slipper... which one did you get? They are awesome, but
unfortunately I don't have the right conditions here to grow them....

Donna


> 
> The only thing I managed to do today was spend too much money and eat too
> much. As it was in Florida, it was rainy this morning (STORMS) and then it
> cleared up but a north wind blew in at about a thousand miles an hour.
> Seriously, it made being outside almost miserable. However, not so
> miserable that I couldn't go out to lunch and eat fried shrimp, and then
> go
> to several nurseries. I did manage to come have with a Lady Slipper (my
> first) and a new glazed container and several other items that I didn't'
> really need. But I love my orchid....and my pot.
> 
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC

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